2018/07/02

2nd July 2018
11966 Confirmed Minutes of the Ordinary Meeting of the Silverdale Parish Council held in the Silverdale Institute on Monday, 2nd July 2018.
11967 Present: Chairman – T.G. (Terry) Bond, Councillors J. (John) Bennett, K. (Keith) Palmer, N. (Nigel) Ribbons and D. (David) Sandiford, the Clerk – L.D. (Denise) Challenor, the Deputy Clerk – S.D. (Sue) Hayward, Mr Jarrod Sneyd, Site Manager RSPB Leighton Moss, Mr Nick Godden, Warden, RSPB Leighton Moss, City Councillor N. (Nigel) Goodrich and one member of the public.
11968 Apologies for Absence: Councillors S.L. (Shirley) Mason, P.N. (Paul) Williams and County Councillor P. (Philippa) Williamson.
11969 Receipt of Declarations of Members’ Interests Relating to any Items Appearing on the Agenda
None.
11970 Minutes of the Previous Meeting
The following amendments were made to the minutes of the Ordinary Meeting held on Monday, 4th June: 1. 11938 – City Councillor N. Goodrich had been incorrectly listed as City Councillor N. Williams; 2. 11944 (4) – the accident occurred at Thrang Brow; 3. 11952 d) – the donation to FOSS was through s137. The minutes were duly amended, approved and signed by the Chairman.
11971 Receipt of Information about Matters Arising from the Minutes of Previous Meetings, not Covered by the Agenda
11926 – the Clerk advised that the clock is to be serviced in August and she has requested that the clock faces and outer lenses be cleaned, however, if the light tubes are to be changed (to LED types) this work would have to be carried out separately at a cost of c. £400. RESOLVED that the Clerk investigate other options for replacing the bulbs.
11946 – Members noted that some bins have been emptied according to the summer schedule, but others have not, it was also noted that the bin outside the Gaskell Hall has not been replaced as yet.
11955 – the Clerk advised that the new notice board will be fitted outside the Gaskell Hall in around 3 weeks’ time.
11955 – Councillor Bennett reported that the timber for the restoration of the historic footpath signs is ready and he will collect it. It was noted that Ms Janice McGloine has offered to display the old signs at the Wolf House Gallery.
11972 Police Report
PC Massingham was not present at the meeting and no report was available.
[PC Massingham sent his report after the meeting and noted that one incident had been recorded for Silverdale during May and June – the theft of a Wood Processor from the quarry where it was stored.]
11973 Matters Raised by Members of the Public for Future Consideration
None.

11974 RSPB Leighton Moss
RESOLVED to suspend Standing Orders in order that a discussion could take place with Mr Jarrod Sneyd, Site Manager, and Mr Nick Godden, Warden, from the RSPB Leighton Moss reserve regarding the RSPB’s plans for the Challan Hall allotment and for dealing with anti-social behaviour at the Cove.
11975 Report from County Councillor Philippa Williamson
Councillor Williamson was not present at the meeting and her report was not available.
11976 Report from City Councillor Nigel Goodrich
Councillor Goodrich reported that: 1. he will ask when the bin outside the Gaskell Hall is going to be replaced and speak to Lancaster City Council (Lancaster CC) officers about the emptying of public litter bins during the holidays and summer months; 2. Lancaster CC’s plans to carry out organisational restructuring at senior officer level will be discussed further next month.
Councillor Bennett advised that some grass verges have been cut, but some are still in need of attention.
Councillor Bond advised that the gulley at the junction of Emesgate Lane and Stankelt Road is full of debris.
Councillor Ribbons asked that the following issues be raised with planning/ highways pertaining to Silverdale Golf Club: 1. the large (permanent) sign opposite Storrs Lane which may contravene planning regulations; 2. large banners advertising different events have been put up in various places (including at the corner of Ford Lane and Park Road and also at Slackwood Triangle Junction) – these may also require planning consent and some are affecting sight lines for drivers; 3. a new hardstanding carpark area has been created within the Golf Course grounds, near to the junction with The Row, including, latterly, a new access point onto The Row. It was noted that visibility is very poor for drivers of vehicles emerging on to The Row and also, if traffic does turn left out of the new car park, visibility is very restricted at the junction of The Row and Redbridge Lane. This Council is not aware of any planning application or Highways’ approval for the new car park or access.
11977 Reports on any Meetings Attended by Members or the Clerk
Councillor Palmer reported that Mr Tony Riden (Countryside Officer, Arnside/ Silverdale AONB) had led the Trowbarrow Advisory Group on a walk round the nature reserve. It was noted that issues around the footpath there are ongoing.
11978 Planning
(a) It was noted that the following planning applications were dealt with under the provisions of Standing Order 25a:
18/00514/REM Plot 2 of Land Adjacent to former Garden Nursery, 36 Lindeth Road. Reserved matters application for the erection of a detached dwelling. NO COMMENTS;
18/00380/FUL The Corner House, Woodwell Lane. Demolition of existing property and outbuilding, erection of replacement detached dwelling, alteration to vehicular access and associated landscaping. It was noted that a resident’s comments had been received and that the parish council had submitted comments which can be seen on Lancaster CC’s website http://planningdocs.lancaster.gov.uk/NorthgatePublicDocs/00919752.pdfc;
18/00582/FUL 6 Bottoms Lane. Erection of a single storey side extension. NO COMMENTS;
18/00669/FUL Land Adjacent to 36 Lindeth Road. Erection of a detached two storey dwelling and installation of a package treatment plant. NO COMMENTS;
18/00728/FUL Plot 2 of Land Adjacent to former Garden Nursery, 36 Lindeth Road. Erection of a detached dwelling, detached garden shed and bin store and installation of a package treatment plant. NO COMMENTS;
18/0088/TPO Silverdale Village Institute. Thinning and removal of various trees. NO COMMENTS;
b) The following planning applications were considered and comments made as indicated:
18/00715/FUL 15 Townsfield. Construction of a dormer extension to the front elevation with Juliet balcony and extension to existing rear dormer. NO PLANNING OBJECTIONS;
18/00593/FUL Co-op, Emesgate Lane. Construction of a replacement canopy to the front. NO PLANNING OBJECTIONS;
18/00705/FUL 2 Shore Green. Erection of a single storey rear extension. NO PLANNING OBJECTIONS;
18/00733/AD Challan Park, Ford Lane. Agricultural determination for an agricultural storage building and creation of a covered area of hardstanding. NO PLANNING OBJECTIONS;
18/00600/FUL Former “Walled Garden”, Ridgeway Park. Lindeth Road. Demolition of existing former school buildings and erection of a dwelling (C3) and associated access. COMMENTS: 1. increased traffic use on a small lane; 2. a new building should have a planning condition of local occupancy only and should not to be used as a holiday-let or for long-term letting;
18/00295/FUL Hawes Villa, Moss Lane. Retrospective application for two yurts with covered porch and decking, decking area with hot tub, paved footway and outdoor seating areas, conversion of former agricultural building into kitchen and bathroom facilities building and creation of car parking area. COMMENTS: concur with AONB.
11979 Urgent Action Taken under the Provisions of Standing Order 25 (other than Planning)
25(a) Parish Council Property and Functions
It was noted that: 1. the Clerk had arranged for Mr Arthur Graves to clear the blocked toilets; 2. Mr Tim Lambert had been asked to varnish the playground notice board.
25(b) None Parish Council Property
11980 External Works Chart
It was noted that the external works chart had been updated and circulated with the agenda.
11981 Streetscape
1. Bench – it was noted that Councillor Bennett will look into possibilities for replacing the bench at the Memorial Gardens with a customised one to commemorate the anniversary of the end of the First World War.
2. Speed Indicator Device (SpID) – RESOLVED that Councillor Bennett contact Mrs Sue Brown, Clerk for Yealand Redmayne Parish Council, and arrange to borrow a bracket for fitting SpIDs from her which Quay Fabrications can use as a template to make some brackets for Silverdale Parish Council’s use.
11982 Playground
It was noted that Lancaster CC carry out a quarterly inspection of the playground and Mr Lambert carries out a weekly one, both have appropriate RoSPA training; RESOLVED to arrange an independent RoSPA inspection once every 5 years as an enhancement to the playground safety arrangements.
Councillor Bennett reported that: 1. all items with wooden posts in the ground continue to be monitored for rot; 2. the playground equipment and picnic benches are to be cleaned and stained; 3. a branch is overhanging a seating area and needs a safety check. RESOLVED to ask Mr David Wain to assess the branch with a view to removing it if necessary; 4. the Parish Contractor will collect the panel for the entrance gate which will be fitted next week.
11983 Litter Pick
It was noted that Amey have offered to organise and fund a litter pick on Silverdale’s beaches; RESOLVED to give permission for this, advise Amey that the bags of litter should be left where they can not be swept away by the incoming tide and to ask when the litter pick will be carried out so that the Clerk can arrange for Lancaster CC to pick up the bags of litter.
11984 Finance
(a) It was noted that no money had been received by the Council during the previous month.
(b) RESOLVED to record/authorise payment and sign any cheques for the following accounts:
Waterplus (toilets) £67.70 BACS
Thomas Graham & Sons (iron & steel) Ltd (toilets) £75.22 (1377)
Mr Paul Williams (toilet cleaning etc) £230.00 SO
Mrs L.D. Challenor (Clerk’s salary & expenses for 3 months) £1102.78 (1378)
HMRC (PAYE for LDC) £247.68 (1379)
Mrs S. Hayward (salary & expenses for 3 months) £384.52 (1380)
Envirocare (playground maintenance) £312.00 (1381)
Mr T. Lambert (contractor) £300.00 (1382)
Mr D. Wain (grass cutting) £45.00 (1383)
SELRAP (subscription) £15.00 (1384)
FOSS (s137 grant) £150.00 (1385)
Signs of Cheshire Limited (notice board) £1830.00 (1386)
It was noted that Signs of Cheshire have asked to be paid on the day that they fit the notice board. RESOLVED that when the date for the work to be carried out is known the Clerk will notify Councillor Bennett who will inspect the work and make the payment on behalf of the Council if the work is satisfactory.
(c) The quarterly statement of accounts and the Financial Statement for July 2018 were noted and approved. RESOLVED that funds allocated to ‘Sport and Recreation’ be transferred to those for the playground.
It was also noted that the Council had previously agreed to transfer funds originally intended for the operation of a Community Library Hub, and no longer required for this, to be moved to the “Allocated and Reserved” playground fund. This is to be noted in the finance records.
(d) RESOLVED to approve the cost of the hire of the Gaskell Hall (at a total cost of £135) on 26th September, 10th October and one other night (to be confirmed) for public meetings in connection with the joint venture with NHS looking at Healthy Villages.
11985 Northern Rail
RESOLVED that the Clerk write to Northern Rail to request a statement of the train service that was provided before the recent timetable changes and to ask if the current service is interim or if the service for Silverdale is to be downgraded permanently.
11986 Advertising Banners and Signs
It was noted that the issue of large banners and signs put up by Silverdale Golf Club had been raised under 11976 above. It was also noted that posters are often left displayed in the village when they are out of date – all organisations are encouraged to remove their notices as soon as possible after events have taken place.
11987 First World War Armistice Commemorations
It was noted that the parish council is considering the possibility of a customised bench in the War Memorial Gardens to replace the current bench. It was further noted that the parish council have agreed to join in the National Beacons Initiative on 11th November and are waiting further information from Bruno Peek via Lancaster CC; permission for the beacon (near the “Pepperpot”) has already been granted by the National Trust who will provide a tin mat on which a bonfire can be lit. RESOLVED that the Clerk re-circulate the email (sent earlier in the year) to Members regarding the National Beacons Initiative.
11988 Highways
Councillor Bond advised that he is meeting with a member of the Lancashire County Council (Lancs. CC) Highways’ team on 5th July to discuss/ raise a number of issues including: 1. the road markings at the narrow section of Stankelt Road; 2. the ‘works progress’ sign at the top of Cove Lane; 3. a request from residents for a mirror at the end of Spring Bank (it was noted that cars parked on Stankelt Road near the junction with Spring Bank affect the sight lines). Councillor Bennett suggested a white line painted on Stankelt Road by the junction might serve as a reminder of the Highway Code rule about not parking within 10 metres of a junction; 4. road safety on Bottoms Lane (it was noted that a cyclist had an accident there recently); 5. flooding on Bottoms Lane by the cemetery; 6. the missing triangular warning sign on the A6 northbound near Nineteen Acre Lane; 7. banners referred to in 11976 and 11985 above which are obstructing sight lines; 8. adequate signage at Cove Lane where drivers use the lane to access the Cove and have to reverse back up to Cove Road as there is no turning space on Cove Lane; 9. overhanging shrubbery on The Row; 10. access to/ from Silverdale Golf Club car park referred to in 11976 above.
11989 Correspondence
Receipt of the following items of correspondence was noted and circulated:
a) the Police and Crime Commissioner makes the Council aware of the ongoing National Rural Crime Survey which runs until 10th June this year;
b) North West Coastal Access update May 2018;
c) Rural Services Network news; Fuel Poverty and invitation to conference;
d) Lancaster CC ask for proposals for Gypsy/Traveller sites;
e) notification that Lancaster CC submitted the Strategic Policies and Land Allocation Development Plan Document (DPD) and the Development Management DPD to the Secretary of State (Planning Inspectorate) on 15th May for examination;
f) consultation on community transport in Lancashire – closing date extension to 24th June;
g) Councillor Williamson asks for the Council to take stock of their grit bin situation and complete a survey and submit to her by 16th June. It was noted that a survey has not been carried out;
h) notice of proposed temporary road closures on 26th August to allow the Lancaster Youth Cycle Race 2018 to take place;
i) a resident writes to say that as they are not able to appear at the AONB DPD hearing in relation to the crucial issues of development strategy and housing provision, but are offering any assistance if required;
j) Rural Services Network News;
k) LCPAS offer support for Parish Councils regarding GDPR;
l) SLDC weekly planning list (emailed 7th and 20th June);
m) invitation to comment regarding the proposals on where the Children and Family Wellbeing Service is based;
n) information regarding Lancs. CC Public Footpath on Foreshore to Lindeth Road, Silverdale (Definitive Map Modification) Order 2013 and Browns Houses to Lindeth Road Silverdale;
o) notice of the NALC consultation on the future of the National Association;
p) information that key parts of Ordnance Survey’s (OS) highly-detailed OS MasterMap are to be opened under Open Government Licence;
q) SLDC weekly planning list (emailed 13th June);
r) a request for publicity to enable disabled people to find a family home/carer – for an informal chat ring 01772 531326;
s) a resident provides further information about the work at Hawes Water;
t) AONB supply a copy of their response to a planning application;
u) a charity – “Call of Nature” – write to request that they be allowed to place an article in Silverdale’s Parish magazine about septic tank care and regulations. It was noted that Councillor Bon has sent them a link;
v) copies of correspondence regarding planning permission for the boardwalk, commemorative bench and sluice-gate at Hawes Water. Copy of letter requesting advanced information of NE’s intentions and opportunity to comment regarding land management and the sluice-gate at Hawes Water. Information from the Senior Manager for Gait Barrow;
w) a response from Highways regarding the provision of white lines in the road to indicate footways;
x) Morecambe Bay Partnership events;
y) Keer to Kent Publication.
11990 Items for Information
1. Councillor Bond reported that: (1) he has received a letter from Councillor Mason who has resigned as Parish Councillor; (2) he has had reports that the public toilets are being left unlocked and are not being cleaned properly.
2. Councillor Ribbons noted that supplies of dog waste bags are not being replenished frequently.
3. Councillor Palmer advised that a resident has complained to him about an overhanging bush on the field side of the old post office, thistles on the Townsfield footpath and the payphone opposite The Royal which is need of cleaning.
11991 Suggestions for Future Agenda Items
1. Standing Orders and Financial Regulations
2. Risk Assessments/ Health and Safety
3. Disabled access to the public toilets
4. North West Coastal Access
5. Woodland group – update
6. The Corner House driveway
7. Emergency Plan
8. Rural bus services/ taxi hybrid (Arriva Click).
11992 Date of Next Meeting
It was noted that the date of the next meeting is Monday, 6th August 2018. Items for the agenda and copies of reports to reach the Clerk before 29th July.

Sue D. Hayward, Deputy Clerk to the Council
SILVERDALE PARISH COUNCIL
Councillors are hereby summoned, and members of the public are invited, to attend a
Parish Council Meeting on Monday 2nd July 2018 at 7.30pm,
in the Silverdale Institute, Spring Bank, Silverdale,
for the purposes detailed in the following Agenda:

1. To receive apologies for absence.

2. To receive declarations of Members’ interests relating to any items appearing on the agenda.

3. To approve the Minutes of an Ordinary Meeting held on 4th June 2018

4. To receive information about matters arising from the Minutes of previous meetings, not covered by the Agenda.

5. To receive a Police Report.

6. To hear matters raised by Members of the Public for future consideration. Note: Members of the Council are not permitted to respond, except to ask questions for the purposes of clarification only.

7. To receive a report of any relevant matters from County Councillor Phillippa Williamson.

8. To receive a report of any relevant matters by City Councillor Nigel Goodrich.

9. To receive verbal reports from any meetings attended by Members, or the Clerk (verbal reports are only acceptable where no decision, or action, is required).

10 Planning Matters:
(1) To note that the following Planning Applications were dealt with under the provisions of Standing Order 25a:
a) 18/00514/REM Plot 2 of Land Adjacent to former Garden Nursery, 36 Lindeth Road. Reserved matters application for the erection of a detached dwelling. (emailed 2/5/18) No comments
b) 18/00380/FUL The Corner House, Woodwell Lane. Demolition of existing property and outbuilding, erection of replacement detached dwelling, alteration to vehicular access and associated landscaping. (Emailed 29/5/18) A residents comments were forwarded to Cllrs. on 15/6/18. (PC’s lengthy response made to LCity C on 19/6/18)
c) 18/00582/FUL 6 Bottoms Lane. Erection of a single storey side extension. (Emailed 1/6/18) – No comments.
d) 18/00669/FUL Land Adjacent to 36 Lindeth Road. Erection of a detached two storey dwelling and installation of a package treatment plant. (To Cllrs. 7/6/18) – No comments.
e) 18/00728/FUL Plot 2 of Land Adjacent to former Garden Nursery, 36 Lindeth Road. Erection of a detached dwelling, detached garden shed and bin store and installation of a package treatment plant. (Emailed to Cllrs.13/6/18) – No comments.
f) 18/0088/TPO Silverdale Village Institute. Thinning and removal of various trees. – no comments.

(2) To consider the following Planning Applications:-
g) 18/00715/FUL 15 Townsfield, Silverdale Construction of a dormer extension to the front elevation with Juliet balcony and extension to existing rear dormer.
h) 18/00593/FUL Co-op, Emesgate Lane. Construction of a replacement canopy to the front. (Emailed to Cllr.s 14/6/18)
i) 18/00705/FUL 2 Shore Green. Erection of a single storey rear extension. (Emailed to Cllr.s 15/6/18)
j) 18/00733/AD Challan Park, Ford Lane. Agricultural determination for an agricultural storage building and creation of a covered area of hardstanding. (Emailed 21/6/18)
k) 18/00600/FUL Former “Walled Garden”, Ridgeway Park. Lindeth Road. Demolition of existing former school buildings and erection of a dwelling (C3) and associated access. (Emailed 21/6/18)
l) 18/00295/FUL Hawes Villa, Moss Lane. Retrospective application for two yurts with covered porch and decking, decking area with hot tub, paved footway and outdoor seating areas, conversion of former agricultural building into kitchen and bathroom facilities building and creation of car parking area. (Emailed 22/6/18)

11 To receive the Clerk’s report of any action (other than consideration of Planning Applications) taken under the provisions of Standing Order 25:
25(a) Parish Council Property and Functions
• Blocked ladies public toilet/called A Graves to clear
25(b) Non-Parish Council Property and Functions

12 To consider the External Works Progress Report 18.
13 Streetscape
• Memorial Bench. To present ideas for discussion.
• To consider proposals for the repair of benches.
• To clarify who is borrowing and returning the bracket for the SPID from Yealand.

14 Playground
• To consider whether to have a ROSPA inspection at a cost of £66.50 + VAT per site
Any additional items over five per site – £3.50 + VAT per additional item. (Emailed to Cllrs.13/6/18)
• To review on playground inspection reports.

15 To consider the offer by Amey to fund a litter pick on Silverdale’s beaches. (Emailed to Cllrs.13/6/18)
16 Finance
(a) To conduct the monthly check of all money received by the Council (bank statements to be inspected by a Member who is not a Bank Signatory, or more than one such Member).

(b) To record/authorise payment and sign any cheques for the following accounts:
• Waterplus, toilets, £67.70, BACS
• Thomas Graham & Sons (iron & steel) Ltd, toilets, £75.22, cheque
• Paul Williams, toilet cleaning £230, SO
• LD Challenor, clerks salary & expenses for 3 months, £1102.78 cheque.
• HMRC, paye for LDC, £247.68, cheque.
• S Hayward, salary and expenses, £384.52 cheque.
• Envirocare, playground maintenance, £312.
• T Lambert, contractor, £300 cheque.
• D Wain, grass cutting, £45 cheque.
• SELRAP, subscription, £15, cheque
• FOSS, S137 grant, £150 cheque
• Signs of Cheshire Limited, notice board £1830.00, cheque.

(c) To receive the accounts to date and the Financial Statement for July 2018.
(d) To approve cost for hire of Gaskell Hall on 26/9 & 10/10 & another night to be confirmed for public meetings.(Joint venture with NHS looking at Healthy Villages.) Total cost to PC £135.
17 To consider writing to Northern Rail about their train timetables and service. (25/6/18)

18 Advertising Banners and Signs – at various places around the village. To consider what is the impact and whether/what action the Council should take. (To Cllr’s 25/6/18)

19 WW1 Armistice Centenary – To consider options to commemorate this significant point.
20 Highways – To discuss the road markings at narrow section of Stankelt
21 To consider the following items of correspondence received since the last meeting and to determine what, if any action should be taken:
a) The Police and Crime Commissioner makes the Council aware of the ongoing National Rural Crime Survey which runs until 10 June this year. (Emailed 25/5/18)
b) North West Coastal Access update May 2018. . (Emailed 25/5/18)
c) Rural Services Network news. (emailed 29/5/18 & 7/6/18 & 25/6/18).R.S.N. Fuel Poverty and invitation to conference (Emailed 1/6/18)
d) City Council asks for proposals for Gypsy/Traveller sites. (emailed 29/5/18)
e) Notification that the Lancaster City Council submitted the Strategic Policies and Land Allocation Development Plan Document (DPD) and the Development Management DPD to the Secretary of State (Planning Inspectorate) on 15 May 2018 for Examination. (emailed 29/5/18)
f) Consultation on community transport in Lancashire – closing date extension to Sunday 24 June 2018. (Emailed 1/6/18)
g) Cllr. Williamson asks for the Council to take stock of their Grit Bin situation and complete a survey and submit to her by 16/6/18.(Emailed 1/6/18)
h) Notice of proposed temporary road closures on 26/08/2018 to allow the Lancaster Youth Cycle Race 2018 to take place. (Emailed 1/6/18)
i) A resident writes to say that as they are not able to appear at the AONB DPD hearing in relation to the crucial issues of development strategy and housing provision they are writing to offer any assistance (free of charge of course) if required. (Emailed 1/6/18
j) Rural Services Network News. (Emailed 4/6/18 & 11/6/18, & 13/6/18 & 18/6/18 & 20/6/18)
k) LCPAS offer support for Parish Councils regarding GDPR. (Emailed to Cllr.s 7/6/18)
l) SLDC weekly planning list. (Emailed to Cllr.s 7/6/18 & 20/6/18)
m) Invitation to comment regarding the proposals on where the Children and Family Wellbeing Service is based. (Emailed 7/6/18)
n) Information regarding Lancashire County Council Public Footpath on Foreshore to Lindeth Road, Silverdale (Definitive Map Modification) Order 2013 and Browns Houses to Lindeth Road Silverdale. (Emailed to Cllrs.13/6/18)
o) Notice of the NALC consultation on the future of the National Association. (Emailed to Cllrs.13/6/18)
p) Information that key parts of Ordnance Survey’s (OS) highly-detailed OS MasterMap are to be opened under Open Government Licence. (Emailed to Cllrs.13/6/18)
q) SLDC weekly planning list. (Emailed to Cllrs.13/6/18)
r) A request for publicity to enable disabled people to find a family home/carer; for an informal chat ring 01772 531326. (Emailed to Cllrs.14/6/18)
s) A resident provides further information about the work at Hawes Water. ( Emailed to Cllr.s 16/6/18)
t) AONB supply a copy of their response to planning application
u) A charity “Call of Nature”, writes to request that they be allowed to place an article in Silverdale’s Parish magazine about septic tank care and regulations. (Emailed to Cllrs. 18/6/18)
v) Copies of correspondence regarding planning permission for the boardwalk, commemorative bench and sluice-gate at Hawes Water. (Emailed to Cllrs.20/6/18) Copy of letter requesting advanced information of NE’s intentions and opportunity to comment regarding land management and the sluice-gate at Hawes Water. (23/6) Information from the Senior Manager for Gait Barrow. (23/6)
w) A response from Highways regarding the provision of white lines in the road to indicate footways. (Emailed to Cllrs. 22/6/18)
x) Morecambe Bay Partnership Events. (Emailed 22/6/18)
y) Keer to Kent Publication.
22 Road To note any “Items for Information” (no decisions or action permitted)
23 To receive items for consideration for a future agenda.

24 To note that the date of the next meeting is August 6th 2018 Items for the agenda and copies of reports to reach the Clerk before 29 July.

Signed:

Denise Challenor (Mrs)
Clerk to the Council.